of jurisdictions are not fully prepared to apply for and use federal funding.
Those using spreadsheets and paper records were over 2.5 times as likely to report them as Poor or Very Poor.
of those involved with infrastructure projects reported deferred maintenance costs as a concern.
In spring of 2022, Cartegraph and the Center for Digital Government conducted a national survey of 259 state and local government leaders. The survey included 15 questions, and the responses were analyzed to identify trends across key verticals, including levels of government, agency, or department types and job roles.
“Some infrastructure leaders can’t answer the question, ‘If you had unlimited funding, where would you start?’ Now that funding is expected to roll in, jurisdictions need to have a plan in place.”
Deputy Chief Innovation Officer, eRepublic
“Once in a generation funding is coming our way. It’s incumbent upon us to not only reimagine the future, but also commit ourselves to rebuilding for that future.”
Gov't Performance & Innovation Coach, Cartegraph